This book is a story of the girlhood of the mother of the author. It illustrates the colorful life of the early twentieth century. The story is a true story of a girl growing up in an environment with which people in this day and age are not familiar. Cleta, the name of the girl in the story, had many adventures as she grew up, but she never strayed from her Christian ideals.
The author began writing as a young girl of about fourteen years of age. Her first story was published in a youth magazine at this age. This is her second book. Her first book was a story of her life called "No Dull Moments." Growing up on the prairies of Montana, her life became exciting as she went as a missionary among the Eskimos of Alaska. Later she taught in New Brunswick, Canada where she met her husband. Now retired, she still lives in Barnesville, New Brunswick. She and her husband have had three children. One is asleep in Jesus waiting for the resurrection morning. Both of the others are married. Their daughter lives in Florida and their son lives in Tennessee.